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Daniel Festag

Architect, ADC Expert

Alexanderstrasse 7 | 10178 Berlin
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Daniel Festag studied architecture at the Delft University of Technology and the Bauhaus University Weimar, graduating in 2000. Before joining HENN in 2009, he worked at KCAP in Rotterdam and Perkins + Will in Chicago. Daniel Festag has been a partner at HENN since 2020 and heads one of the project studios in Berlin.

His key projects at HENN include the Zalando Headquarters (Berlin), EDGE Technologies (Hamburg) and the Covestro Headquarters (Leverkusen).HENN draws on decades of design experience to create visionary work environments. We design spaces to empower people and organizations shaping our future. Our commitment to an ecologically and socially sustainable future is guided by the belief that architecture can be an active agent of change and a driver of innovation. We understand architecture as a team effort. Our design process is collaborative, interdisciplinary and exploratory. At HENN we are cultivating knowledge for the next generation of buildings.Each client and project requires a unique approach. Our buildings are conceived from the inside out—not only for today's needs, but for tomorrow's possibilities. HENN is an international architecture practice with more than 75 years of expertise in the fields of office, science, health, industry and culture.We are an interdisciplinary team of architects and engineers able to draw upon a wealth of knowledge collected over decades of building experience in addition to a worldwide network of partners and experts. HENN was founded in 1947 by Walter Henn in Dresden. His son, Gunter Henn, opened HENN’s Munich office in 1979. Today, Martin Henn and a team of partners lead the practice.The three generations are linked through common values of openness and curiosity, which form the foundation for HENN’s ambition to rethink typologies and push forward sustainable construction.